Category Money Talks

Living in Malaysia: How to Have the House of Your Dream Through Home Loan

Investing in real estate is a tried and tested way of building wealth. Compared to other types of investments, real estate can guarantee better yields because you can generate from rental income and profits out of price appreciation.

However, buying your dream house is not as easy as it looks...

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Why Building Thermography Is Essential In Everyday Life

What is building thermography? It’s among the top and on-demand applications for infrared camera systems, and its specific goal is to streamline or increase the energy efficiency of buildings. Real-time inspections with infrared cameras swiftly and easily show insulation problems lurking within buildings...

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Finance-Savvy Parents: 5 Tips for Opening a Bank Account for Your Kids

Financial literacy is not a core topic in a majority of schools in Malaysia. Last August, a veteran economist Yeah Kim Leng told the Free Malaysia Today that financial literacy should be introduced as a subject in schools. Whether or not this proposal will push through, parents still have the responsibility of teaching kids the value of money...

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6 Easy Money Hacks To Stretch Your Dollar Further

Many people say that money can’t buy happiness, but in actuality, it can also turn into a saving grace if you spend it the right way. Some people have a habit of spending everything they earn, without leaving any room behind for some little budget or saving...

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Understanding Engagement – A Comprehensive Guide for HR Professionals on Employee Engagement

On top of recruiting, training, and managing, HR professionals are also responsible for engaging employees, which basically means keeping them satisfied with their work situation to prevent them from leaving too soon. For many, it can be a burden, simply because it’s hard to understand what employees really want...

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Top Picks for the Best Stocking Stuffer Gift Cards

gift-cardsTypically on Christmas morning, the stocking is the first thing everyone opens. It’s usually filled with trinkets, candy or necessities, which aren’t always the most exciting things to get. If you’re hoping to give a few stocking stuffers that will be received with excitement, consider slipping some gift cards in with the candy this year...

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Unlock The Premier Features Of Skype In Southeastern Asia

Skype_logoSkype opened its technology in 2003 and since then has been providing cutting edge multimedia communication services over the Internet. Since then Skype has hosted over 1 trillion hours of video and voice calls to a growing international audience hungry for better, more reliable forms of communication than just telephone...

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3 Things to Look For in Your Next Rental Home

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There are many reasons why you may be searching for a new place to live. You may need more space, want a lower rental payment, desire a space that is closer to where you work or want something else in your new home. While there may be benefits associated with relocating to a new home, you want your space to meet all of your needs. Therefore, when you are searching for houses for rent in Singapore...

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14 Ways to Use Pinterest to Promote Your Retail Shop

If you’re selling anything online, you should be using Pinterest to promote your products or services. Retail sellers greatly benefit from Pinterest, especially if their products are shot well and they have high quality images to share. Here’s how to make the most of your Pinterest account, encourage consumers to engage, and increase the amount of shopping they do from your website.

1. The color...

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When Cheaper Is Not Always Better

Ever had workmen in your house to do some repairs or renovation? Well, my family and I just moved into our new home, and as most Malaysians do, we too did some renovation before moving in.

However, it was nothing ostentatious — just the usual kitchen tabletop and cabinets, built-in wardrobes for bedrooms, and a few additional power points here and there...

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